Got Disappointment?

No matter our age, no matter our stage of life, no matter our relationship status, disappointment can find us and leave wreckage in its wake. There’s not much that can insulate us from disappointing circumstances—but God’s Word can absolutely protect us from disappointment’s destruction.

Because His Book has the hope, comfort, and life-giving Truth we desperately need when we’re hurting from the aches of what could have been. (It also has the Truth we desperately need every other day, too. It’s pretty amazing that way, isn’t it?)

You might even be shocked to hear that so many of us can relate to those disappointing emotions; we’re really not alone in our experiences! If you need that reminder—that you’re not alone and that there IS hope—this is your invitation to cozy up in the Revive Our Hearts living room and settle in for an encouraging chat.

Because season one of the Women of the Bible podcast launches today! We HIGHLY recommend having a listen. You’ll hear from one of our dearest friends, Erin Davis, and you’ll make some new friends—Jaquelle Crowe, Asheritah Ciuciu, and Alejandra Slemin. Most of all, their life-giving words will be like wind in your heart sails.

God sees your disappointed heart, friend. And He’s got the hope you need.

Click or tap here to listen to episode one of this six-week podcast that corresponds to the Elizabeth Bible study. In case you’ve missed the info on this study, you can get caught up here.

Let us know what you think of the podcast! A new episode drops every Monday for the next five weeks.

About Author

Samantha loves lazy lake days, strong coffee, and writing about the ways Jesus transforms our everyday messes into beautiful stories. She digs the four seasons in northern Indiana, is probably wearing a Notre Dame crew neck, and serves as the social media manager on the Revive Our Hearts staff.

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